Rosh Hashanah – Pomegranates Part II

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Health professionals truly believe and recommend possible medial improvements by drinking a cup of Pomegranate fruit juice each day. Pomegranates may assist in health factors such as; diabetes, common cold, heart disease, prostate cancer, reductions in melanomas and so much more.  Opening a Pomegranate may be tricky. Sliced in half Pomegranate should be placed in cold water. The Pomegranate then should easy to handle.

In 2010 there were 23 clinical tests for Pomegranate’s benefits that were processed and registered with the National Institute of Health. Pomegranate’s benefits were performed to see substantiate potential benefits in the areas of prostate cancer, diabetes and the common cold. Why the hype, the attraction and need to write and investigate the Pomegranate fruit? Hopefully Pomegranate’s benefits will be officially confirmed in the near future.

A custom among small children in Israel and throughout the world of Hebrew school or Jewish day schools is the counting of the “Rimon” or Pomegranate. The Torah or Holy Bible has 613 commandments or good deeds. Teachers and parents encourage Pre-school age children to count the seeds in Pomegranate. To see if anyone can find a Pomegranate with 613 seeds to correlate to the 613 commandments.  A 613 seeded Pomegranate has yet to be found, but the challenge is symbolic to show the importance of this lucky talisman of good luck.

Luck, mystics, amulet, good luck charm are a central theme among artists in Israel and the Middle East. Why? Pomegranates are rumored to bring fertility, health and endless luck.

Most homes throughout Greece, Middle East and Israel have multiple Pomegranate items adorning the walls, Pomegranate earnings, Pomegranate necklaces hanging Pomegranate amulets in a car, Pomegranate candle sticks and Pomegranate Kiddush cups. Happy Sweet  Jewish New Year (Shana Tova)from (www.JJudaica.com).

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Related posts:

  1. Rosh Hashanah – Pomegranates Part I
  2. Rosh Hashanah 2010 – Time for Thoughts & Prayers
  3. Jewish New Year Count Down

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